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Re: test of non-subscribed user

On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 11:11:41AM -0600, Nathan E Norman remarked:

> On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 11:48:23AM -0500, Raymond Wood wrote:
> > This makes sense to me, so I can accept the Spam I receive
> > through the debian lists.  One thing I'm still unclear about
> > though is the recent post from someone who requested that people
> > *not* report Spam received through the debian lists to Razor.  I
> > have set up a Mutt hotkey to report Spam to Razor, and I confess
> > I don't really understand why any and all Spam should not be
> > reported.
> > 
> > Can anyone enlighten me, or is there a FAQ I should be reading
> > instead?

> Some people[1] report non-spam as spam to razor.  For example, several
> security announcements from Debian have found their way into the razor
> database.  This is obviously stupid.
> [1] At least, we think they are people, but the level of intelligence
> demonstrated leaves room for doubt.
> -- 
> Nathan Norman - Incanus Networking mailto:nnorman@incanus.net

OK, so the problem is not with reporting genuine Spam to Razor;
rather the problem is with incorrectly reporting legitimate
email as Spam to Razor?


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